So, to come back to this theme for another post (you can see how long this would be if it were one post), here's another thing that has gripped me both before and during my thinking about this issue.
As much as I can, I like to keep up with things that interest me.
To return to the ideas presented by the friendly atheist, this is the first statement of several that I want to look into.
Recently, a friendly atheist has been appearing in various media outlets. Hemant Mehta, who is the friendly atheist, became the eBay atheist when he took bids to attend church.
When I was posting about my Mac envy, I mentioned my hard drive crashing, and my fear that I was to lose all of my data and
get to be forced to switch to Apple sooner than I had prepared to do so.
Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.
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